Advanced Educational Robotics (Mindstorms EV3)


This program provides students with advanced knowledge, introducing them to the logic of solving a problem and the methodology to be followed to complete a demanding project. It promotes teamwork and puts children in the process of self-assessment and continuous improvement.

Students will learn to work in groups to meet construction challenges, unleashing their creative powers in building robust, intelligent and autonomous robotic models that will solve real problems. At the same time, they will get deeper in into programming both in the handling of appropriate automation and in the creation of advanced algorithms.

Students will be taught by experienced teachers in educational robotics competitions. Thus, they are preparing to participate, if they wish, in the annualPanhellenic Competition of Educational Robotics especially for Middle School students, one step beforethe world Olympiad of the international organization WRO. students who will stand out there, are automatically admitted to the universities they want!

Program Goal

The educational process introduces students to the algorithmic way of thinking and teaches how we go from conceiving an idea to creating the appropriate algorithm and planning the construction. During the courses, methodologies of “decoding a challenge”, mapping a track, advanced construction techniques, as well as algorithmic techniques will always be developed, always guided by the solution of a specific problem.

Program info

  • Age: 11-15 years old
  • Number of courses: 30 courses
  • Duration:  90′

  • Number of students:

Interdisciplinary Knowledge

  • Physics: Friction, Speed, Power, Laws of Engineering
  • Technology: Complex Machines, Automatic Robotic Constructions
  • Engineering: Mental dipoles – Static or Flexible Structure, Strength or Speed
  • Mathematics: Applied Mathematics, Pattern Search, Complex Algorithms & Advanced Programming Techniques (Line Following, etc.)


Topic 1: Introduction, learning and recall of skills in the use of the many sensors of the Mindstorms EV3 and in the construction of automation in robotic constructions

Topic 2: Practice in the use of programming algorithms for the functional autonomy of robotic structures (decisions, iterations, iterative processes)

Topic 3: Application of acquired skills in the construction and operation of advanced robotic structures, specially designed through interdisciplinary and programmed to achieve specific objectives

Topic 4: Study of painting and music using Mindstorms EV3 – se of patterns in the above arts

Lesson tags: High school | Lyceum stem Alive Engineering-Coding ENG
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